Many Nevada companies are missing opportunities to grow their business and increase revenues because they don’t think about exporting their goods and services abroad. That’s the message of Kris Sanchez, director of international trade with the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
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State Treasurer Dan Schwartz is raising concerns about whether the key financial backer of electric car maker Faraday Future has a wallet fat enough to build a $1 billion factory in Southern Nevada.
Faraday Future founder Jia Yueting said in December that he wants to build an electric car that "protects the earth and improves the living environment of mankind."
Symphony Park is one step closer to securing its first private, tax-paying company.
The roughly 2,000-acre Villages at Tule Springs housing development is expected to break ground later this month and pour $3.3 billion into the local economy over the next 15 to 20 years.
A second electric car company is planning to build a manufacturing plant in Southern Nevada, and it's further along in development than Faraday Future — it has two car models it is showing off in Las Vegas this week.
Inventor and entrepreneur Peter Gunnerman thought his business prospects were looking pretty good back in 2013.
The 319-acre chunk of land near the southern tip of Apex Industrial Park isn't a big deal on paper. The site makes up less than 2 percent of the 20,000-acre park's total land. But when the lot goes on the auction block Tuesday, it could mark an important turning point for Apex.
The North Las Vegas planning commission unanimously approved a height variance for part of electric car maker Faraday Future's factory Wednesday night. The carmaker needs the extra room to accommodate multiple levels of equipment in the complex's paint shop building.
Las Vegas Sands' pitch for a $1.2 billion domed football stadium on the UNLV campus is off and running.
Los Angeles-based Hyperloop Technologies Inc. has submitted plans for a full-scale test site at the Apex Industrial Park, according to CEO Rob Lloyd.
Nevada government and business leaders may have to shift at least part of their established economic development focus from renewable energy to other opportunities if new net metering rules drive the rooftop-solar business out of Nevada as predicted by industry officials.
MGM Resorts International's top executive on Friday set the stage for a citywide philosophical debate that could determine how resources will be spent for tourism infrastructure improvements in the years ahead.
After finalizing a $1 billion deal with electric carmaker Faraday Future in December, large companies from California, the Midwest and Europe have shown increased interest in North Las Vegas' Apex Industrial park, city officials said.
A new hospital model is coming to the Las Vegas Valley. Dignity Health, which runs three St. Rose Dominican campuses in Henderson and southwest Las Vegas, plans four smaller neighborhood hospitals across the Las Vegas Valley in the next two years.
Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske can't wait to get an up-close look at the place where Southern Nevada's economic diversification efforts will kick into high gear.
A local company has partnered with a national developer to build a big, speculative industrial project in southwest Las Vegas.
Two key Nevada economic development leaders Thursday morning crowed about Southern Nevada's economic progress in 2015, citing a plethora of statistical indicators and successful courtship of Faraday Future's electric car plant in North Las Vegas.
Clark County commissioners gave developers of Resorts World Las Vegas the go-ahead Wednesday to move forward on the $4 billion hotel-casino project.
If you're looking for work in home furnishing sales, interior design, customer service, safety and security, cashier, facility management, receiving, and stock replenishment and warehouse, IKEA Las Vegas may have a job for you.
A business process outsourcing and technology management services company will open a 2,000-employee operations center in Las Vegas.
For years, the only things that seemed to grow as fast as downtown Las Vegas were concerns about where to park in downtown Las Vegas.
The state will dedicate resources through the Governor's Office of Economic Development toward the autonomous car industry in a bid to become the nation's leader in the testing and development of vehicles that drive themselves.